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Industrial robots have become key players in the manufacturing industry. These automated devices are designed to perform dangerous and repetitive tasks so that workers don't have to. Their actions are directed by various programming controls and software that enable them to operate 24/7, increasing productivity, throughput and product quality.

Epson Robots set the industry standard for high performance and speed, ease of use, superior precision and overall value. Besides featuring a comprehensive lineup of 6-Axis, SCARA and Linear Modules, Epson offers a two-tiered controller approach with the powerful Open Architecture RC620 Controller and the value-oriented RC180 Controller. As global leaders in industrial 6-axis and SCARA robot manufacturing, Epson provides consumers with the highest quality industrial robots.

When you come to Gibson Engineering for Epson robotics, we'll work with you directly to determine what robotic arm or feeder system will best serve your requirements and objectives. Our employees exhibit exceptional product knowledge at the point of sale, helping customers secure the automated solutions they need to optimize their facilities.

What Are SCARA Robots?

Epson designs and develops state-of-the-art SCARA robots. Also known as Selective Compliance Articulated Robot Arms, these robots are among the most common in the industrial field and are well-suited for mechanical automation and smaller assembly applications. They comprise two intersecting arms jointed at the base, giving them a versatile range of motion.

When you come to Gibson Engineering, you'll have access to Epson's award-winning lineup of SCARA robots that set the standard for speed and precision. These innovative, all-in-one industrial robots are designed for fast and easy integration with minimal installation times. Epson compact SCARA robots in your plant ensure that you can achieve smooth and seamless automation like never before.

What Are 6-Axis Robots?

6-axis robots are articulated machines that deliver strength, flexibility and reach to facilitate countless industrial applications. These industrial robots can move in X, Y and Z planes and move similarly to the human arm, employing pitch, roll and yaw movements. These flexible devices are named after their 6-axis configurations or six degrees of freedom.

Epson produces a high-performance 6-axis robotics line designed for optimal flexibility and reliability. These robots can navigate even the tightest spaces due to their SlimLine design, enhance motion and efficiency using a folding arm, and reduce vibrations with Residual Vibration Technology.

Epson Robots Product Solutions

T3 SCARA Robot

The T3 All-in-One SCARA robot requires less installation time than solid-based systems with fast and easy integration. The T3 offers a space-saving, all-in-one design, including power for end-of-arm tooling and a built-in controller to give it an economical price.

  • Four axes to provide increased flexibility
  • Efficient operation and simple maintenance
  • Low wattage and power consumption to promote significant energy savings
  • The small footprint and all-in-one design save considerable space
  • An encoder requiring no battery
  • Inputs and outputs that are highly accessible
G Series Robots

With models ranging from 175 to 1,000 millimeters in length, the G-Series SCARA Robot provides the most extreme power of choice. These models come in tabletop or ceiling designs with IP54, IP65 and clean/ESD dust or washdown options.

  • G1: Mini SCARA robots with either 175- or 225-millimeter arm lengths
  • G3: The third generation of SCARA robots featuring over 30 models sized 250-350 millimeters
  • G6: Available in 450-, 550- and 650-millimeter lengths
  • G10: Able to run at high speeds 24/7 with a design that can handle the heaviest payloads
  • G20: Features a 1,000-millimeter reach and a 20-kilogram payload capacity
LS Series

The LS-Series SCARA Robot uses low-cost technologies like the new RC90 Controller to offer an economical, high-performing, high-value factory solution.

  • LS3: Features a 400-millimeter arm length
  • LS6: Available with 500-, 600- and 700-millimeter arm lengths
  • LS10B: 10-kilogram payload capacity with high acceleration and deceleration rates
  • LS20: 20-kilogram payload capacity at an economical price
rs robot

RS-Series SCARA Robots feature an innovative design to improve cycle throughput and work envelope usage. The arm structure allows Joint 2 to maneuver underneath Joint 1, utilizing the entire workspace below the arm.

  • RS3: Features a 350-millimeter arm length with no lost workspace at the envelope's center
  • RS4: A zero-footprint device with a 550-millimeter arm length
C Series

The Epson 6-Axis Robot delivers high precision, high performance and high payloads in a slim body design with a compact wrist.

  • C4: A compact device featuring an 855-millimeter vertical reach and a 655-millimeter horizontal reach
  • C4L: A long-reach model with a 4-kilogram maximum payload and a 900-millimeter horizontal reach
  • C8: A mid-sized 6-axis robot with an 8-kilogram maximum payload
  • C12XL: Features a 12-kilogram payload capacity with a 1,400-millimeter reach
vt6l

The VT6L All-in-One 6-Axis Robot features next-level technology to offer a high-value price. It boasts many features of an Epson high-level robot, including a 900-millimeter reach, a built-in controller, RC+development software, easy integration tools and a 6-kilogram payload capacity. It's the ideal solution for parts transfer automation, from loading and unloading to parts assembly and packaging.

  • An all-in-one solution with a space-saving design
  • Easy to use
  • Slimline design
  • Simple cabling
  • Low power consumption and wattage
flexion

Flexion 6-Axis Robots feature Epson's trademark compact folding-arm technology while providing superior benefits like work cell space reduction and motion efficiency. This device can operate in close spaces and function on tight assembly lines where traditional 6-Axis robots fail.

  • N2: Features a 2.5-kilogram payload with a 450-millimeter reach
  • N6: Offers a maximum payload of 6 kilograms with a 1,000-millimeter reach
rc90

Epson's multitiered controller offering gives customers the power of choice to select the ideal product for the job. The Epson Vision Guide Software sets the industry standard for ease of use with point-and-click functionality and high-performing vision tools.

  • RC90: An inexpensive yet powerful controller for LS Series SCARA Robots
  • RC700A: The next generation of Epson PC-based work cell controllers
  • CV1: Easy to use vision guidance.
  • CV2: High-performance vision guidance with increased speed over the CV1
rc+ express

RC+ Express is a visual-based teaching environment that's easy to use and ideal for new users with little or no robotic programming experience. The simple builder interface lets operators perform basic programming tasks without the assistance of an engineer.

The environment uses an easy-to-learn, block-style robot to quickly get operators up to speed. This intuitive environment pairs with LS-B Series SCARA and Epson's T-Series All-in-One robots.


IntelliFlex Parts Feeder Solutions

Epson's IntelliFlex parts feeder solutions consist of three-axis flexible vibratory feeders that provide pre-orientation, high-performance parts feeding, and superior bulk component and part distribution. These systems use Epson Robots, Vision Guide and IntelliFlex software to offer a powerful solution for a broad range of features to simplify setup and improve flexibility.

inttelliflex 80

The IntelliFlex 80 is a flexible feeder perfect for flat and cube-shaped components from 3-10 millimeters and long parts up to 15 millimeters, like pins and needles.

  • Vibratory platform dimensions: 65 by 52 millimeters; ~80 millimeters diagonal (2.6 x 2.1 inches; ~3.1 inches diagonal)
  • Feeder size: 320 by 61 by 138 millimeters (12.6 x 2.4 x 5.4 inches)
  • Hopper size: 160 cm3
intelliflex 240

The IntelliFlex 240 works well for flat and cube-shaped components from 5-40 millimeters and up to 50 millimeters for longer parts.

  • Vibratory platform dimensions: 195 x 150 millimeters; ~240 millimeters diagonal (7.6 x 5.9 inches; ~10 inches diagonal)
  • Feeder size: 300 x 171 by 132 millimeters (11.8 x 6.7 x 5.2 inches)
  • Hopper sizes: 2 and 3 liters
intelliflex 380

The IntelliFlex 380 is the perfect feeding solution for objects from 15 to 60 millimeters.

  • Vibratory platform dimensions: 254 x 325 millimeters; ~380 millimeters diagonal (10 x 12.8 inches; ~14.96 inches diagonal)
  • Feeder size: 499 x 257 x 307 millimeters (19.6 x 10.1 x 12.1 inches)
  • Hopper size: 10 liters
intelliflex 530

The IntelliFlex 530 is ideal for components ranging from 30-150 millimeters.

  • Vibratory platform dimensions: 427 x 371 millimeters; ~530 millimeters diagonal (16.8 x 14.6 inches; ~20.9 inches diagonal)
  • Feeder size: 600 x 372 x 320 millimeters (23.7 x 14.7 x 12.6 inches)
  • Hopper size: 15 liters

Benefits of Using Epson Industrial Robots

When you invest in Epson robots from Gibson Engineering, you'll experience all the benefits of these industrial devices:

  • Application versatility: Industrial robots can conduct applications for countless industries, such as material handling, palletizing, cutting, finishing, welding, spraying, painting and more.
  • Accuracy: Robotic devices are precise, consistent and repeatable, delivering the most accurate results.
  • Speed: Robots work considerably faster than manual laborers, boosting productivity on the job site.
  • Reduced labor costs: Automated robots can take over numerous manual tasks, saving companies money.
  • Minimal product damage: These devices execute gentle handling, resulting in reduced product damage.

Gibson Robotics Lab

At Gibson Engineering, we pair our extensive robotics experience with our cutting-edge robotics lab to provide customers with the information they need to confidently pursue even their most complex industrial projects.

We have the resources and technologies to deliver complimentary online and in-person demos, depending on your preferences. Our team of knowledgeable engineers can also conduct application testing and proof of concept testing in your lab or through software simulations. We'll provide you with real data to help you understand your facility's capabilities and challenges while determining how feasible your robotic applications are. Then, we can help you secure the Epson robots that best suit your needs.

Epson Videos

Epson Robots Innovation
T3 All-in-One SCARA Robots
Flexion N-Series Robot
IntelliFlex Parts Feeding Demo
VT6L All-in-One 6-Axis Robot
How to Use Epson RC+ Software

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End of Arm Tooling
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Contact Gibson Engineering for Epson Robots Today

The origination of Epson's robotics derives from the precise manufacturing of watch movements, which necessitates efficient and highly accurate assembly of intricate components. Today, Epson robots are present across countless production lines to enable efficient production, precision assembly and high automation levels. Contact Gibson Engineering today to learn more about how Epson robots can benefit your next automation project.